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Source: Program i-Think-Flow Map (2012) Agensi Innovasi Malaysia.
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Table of Contents 
USING GRAPHIC NOVELS WITH CHILDREN 
A GUIDE FOR TEACHERS 
DEFINITION 
WHY DO WE USE GRAPHIC NOVELS? ...
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USING GRAPHIC NOVELS WITH CHILDREN 
A GUIDE FOR TEACHERS 
Definition 
A graphic novel is a combination of words and ima...
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Visual Features of Graphic Novels 
Graphic novels consist of various features which one needs to know. These features a...
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2. Frames/Panels: 
Graphic novels use frames and panels to illustrate the story. The visuals on one page are captured i...
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3. Font Sizes, Colours, and Styles: 
The texts in graphic novels are differentiated using various font sizes. For examp...
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4. Gutters: 
The space between the panels is called the gutter. As readers move from panel to panel, they have to make ...
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How to read the Graphic Novel 
You read the graphic novel from left to right. You can see the example below.
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INTRODUCING THE BOOK 
REVOLVING AROUND THE TEXT 
EXPLORING THE FRONT COVER 
Genre 
Title 
Author 
Retold by 
Illustrator
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REVOLVING AROUND THE TEXT 
EXPLORING THE BACK COVER 
Summary 
Book Series 
Barcode
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SYNOPSIS 
Chapter 1- A Voyage to Lilliput 
Lemuel Gulliver loves sailing. On 4 May 1699, he sets for sail with Captain...
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his plan to visit Blefuscu. However, Gulliver gets the opportunity to gain the emperor’s trust when a fire breaks at t...
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Fortunately, some sailors hear him and rescue him from the sea. They do not believe his adventures in the land of the ...
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PEOPLE IN THE STORY 
MAIN CHARACTERS 
Also known as: Chapter 1 Man-Mountain Chapter 4 Grildrig Little Gopher Splacnuck...
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Queen and King of Giants 
Emperor of Lilliput & Skyresh Bolgolam
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PEOPLE IN THE STORY 
SUPPORTING CHARACTERS 
Reldresal 
The Farmers
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People of Lill 
People of Lilliput 
People of Blefuscu
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CHARACTERISTICS 
CHARACTERISTICS FOR MAIN CHARACTERS 
CHARACTER 
DESCRIPTION 
WHY WE SAY THIS? 
Lemuel 
Gulliver 
 Br...
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CHARACTERISTICS 
CHARACTERISTICS FOR SUPPORTING CHARACTERS 
CHARACTER 
DESCRIPTION 
WHY WE SAY THIS? 
Reldresal 
 Loy...
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SETTINGS 
Time 
 4 May 1699, set sail with Captain Prichard and crew. 
 24 September 1701, left Blefuscu 
 20 June ...
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EVENTS IN THE STORY 
He was happy with his adventure and looked forward to another. 
In Blefuscu, Gulliver salvaged a ...
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Again he was happy with his adventure and wondered if his next adventure would be as wonderful as his last two travels...
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MORAL VALUES/ MESSAGE OF THE STORY 
MORAL VALUES FROM THE STORY 
1. Sense of belonging 
“Oh, how I wish to see my own ...
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MORAL VALUES/ MESSAGE OF THE STORY 
MESSAGE FROM THE STORY 
1. We should honour our promises. 
“I have come as promise...
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GOING BEYOND THE TEXT 
NOTE: 
At the end of the book, the author has given a summary of Gulliver’s third and fourth tr...
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REVOLVING AROUND THE TEXT 
ACTIVITY 1 
WHAT’S ON THE COVER LS 4.2.1 (a) 
Steps : 
1. Show the cover of the book. 
2. P...
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Talk about the cover of the book. 
Source: Swift, J. (2010) Gulliver’s Travels. London: Raintree Publishers.
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Worksheet 1 
Look at the cover of Gulliver’s Travels and complete the details below. 
Source: Swift, J. (2010) Gullive...
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REVOLVING AROUND THE TEXT 
ACTIVITY 2 
MY QUILL LS 4.3.1 
Materials 
1. duck’s feather 
2. water colours 
3. palette 
...
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Worksheet 2
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REVOLVING AROUND THE TEXT 
ACTIVITY 3 
MY VALUABLES LS 4.2.1 (a) (b) (c) 
Steps: 
1. Distribute Worksheet 3. 
2. Pupil...
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Worksheet 3 
Find the possible items on Gulliver’s ship. Colour and list them in the space below. 
1. 
4. 
7. 
10. 
13...
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SYNOPSIS 
ACTIVITY 1 
GULLIVER’S DIARY LS 4.2.1 
Steps: 
1. Pupils work in groups. 
2. Distribute the sentence strips ...
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Worksheet 1 
SENTENCE STRIPS 
Cut and rearrange the sentence strips. 
While travelling, Gulliver’s closet fell into th...
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SYNOPSIS 
ACTIVITY 2 
GULLIVER’S EXPERIENCE LS 4.2.1 
Steps: 
1. Distribute Worksheet 2 to each pair. 
2. Pupils look ...
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Worksheet 2 
Fill in the blanks to complete the texts. 
Situation 1 
Situation 2 
Situation 3 
Situation 4 
Lemuel Gul...
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Situation 4 
Situation 5 
In 1702, Gulliver sailed off in search of another adventure. He was stranded in the Land of ...
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SYNOPSIS 
ACTIVITY 3 
WHAT’S MORE LS 4.2.1 
Steps: 
1. Elicit responses based from the following questions: 
 When di...
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Worksheet 3 
Complete the diagram below. 
Source: Program i-Think-Flow Map (2012) Agensi Innovasi Malaysia. 
4 May 169...
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CHARACTERS IN THE STORY 
ACTIVITY 1 
ALL OF ME LS 4.2.1 (a) 
Steps: 
1. In pairs, get pupils to look for the different...
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Worksheet 1 
Complete the bubble map with names given to Gulliver in the story. 
Source: Program i-Think-Bubble Map (2...
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CHARACTERS IN THE STORY 
ACTIVITY 2 
WHO AM I? LS 4.1.2 
Steps: 
1. Using the five names given to Gulliver in Workshee...
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Worksheet 2 
Complete the poem with the names given to Gulliver in the story. 
______________ captured the Blefuscudia...
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CHARACTERS IN THE STORY 
ACTIVITY 3 
THE MAN AND THE MOUNTAIN LS 4.2.1 (a) 
Steps: 
1. Distribute the poem to pupils. ...
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POEM 
THE MAN AND THE MOUNTAIN 
Tall and majestic you stand, 
Making you look so grand, 
Courageous, strong and bold, ...
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Worksheet 3 
THE MAN AND THE MOUNTAIN
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CHARACTERS IN THE STORY 
ACTIVITY 4 
CREATING GULLIVER LS 4.3.1 
Steps: 
1. Distribute Worksheet 4 to pupils. 
2. Pupi...
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Worksheet 4 
Read the adjectives given and draw in the space provided. 
Gulliver 
broad shoulders, muscular, tall, lon...
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CHARACTERS IN THE STORY 
ACTIVITY 5 
PUPPET TIME LS 4.3.1 
Materials 
1. coloured pencils 
2. glue 
3. sequins/beads 
...
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Worksheet 1 
GLUMDALCLITCH
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LEMUEL GULLIVER
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THE EMPEROR OF LILLIPUT
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THE QUEEN OF THE GIANTS
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THE KING OF THE GIANTS
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CHARACTERS IN THE STORY 
ACTIVITY 6 
CHORAL SPEAKING / JAZZ CHANT LS 4.1.1 
Steps: 
1. Divide the class into two group...
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CHARACTERS IN THE STORY 
ACTIVITY 7 
SPOT ME! LS 4.2.1(a) 
Steps: 
1. Distribute Worksheet 5 to the pupils. 
2. Pupils...
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Worksheet 5 
Find and circle the words. 
Q R E D P E J S X J G B O D F W N 
M U G C K U Q G S E V I T A N Y E 
Q E X W...
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CHARACTERS IN THE STORY 
ACTIVITY 8 
SHOW TIME LS 4.3.2 
Steps : 
1. Pupils are divided in groups of 5. 
2. Distribute...
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TASK SHEET 1 
DIALOGUE 
One day… 
Messenger : The queen wishes to see this splacnuck. 
Glumdalclitch : His name’s Gril...
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SETTING 
ACTIVITY 1 
JOIN THE PIECES! LS 4.2.1 (b) 
Materials Needed 
1. scissors 
2. glue 
3. poster sheet 
4. envelo...
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Task sheet 1 
(Photocopy the pictures and labels. Cut out the jigsaw pieces along the white lines) 
Land of Lilliput
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Land of Blefuscu 
Land of Giants
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SETTING 
ACTIVITY 2 
COMPLETE ME LS 4.2.1 (a),(b) 
Materials needed: 
1. envelope 
2. glue 
3. poster sheet 
4. Tasksh...
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Task sheet 2 
The Sea
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The Ship
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Land of Lilliput
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Land of Blefuscu
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Land of Giants
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Task sheet 3 
 Grass 
 Huge piece of land in Lilliput 
 Hilly area 
 Some parts of the land is brown in colour – d...
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Answer 
No 
Pictures 
Description 
1 
 Grass 
 Huge piece of land in Lilliput 
 Hilly area 
 Some parts of the lan...
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5 
 Beach 
 Cliff 
 Sea 
 Ships dock 
 night 
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 village in Blefuscu 
 cattle 
 a farm on the right 
 houses...
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 staircase 
 walls 
 rock walls 
 the palace of Blefuscu is built around a rocky hill 
 courtyard 
 day 
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...
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 gigantic four-poster bed 
 bedroom 
 a bed with curtains 
 pebbled floors 
 wooden bed 
 night 
13 
 trave...
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SETTING 
ACTIVITY 3 
HERE AND THERE LS 4.2.1 (b) 
Steps 
1. Get pupils to work in pairs. 
2. Distribute Worksheet 1 an...
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Worksheet 1 
Place 
What can you see? 
What can you hear? 
Lilliput 
Blefuscu 
Land of Giants 
The ships 
The Sea
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EVENTS IN THE STORY 
ACTIVITY 1 
TRAVELOGUE LS 4.2.1 (a) (b) (c) 
Steps: 
1. After reading each chapter, guide pupils ...
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Worksheet 1
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EVENTS IN THE STORY 
ACTIVITY 2 
ALL ALONE LS 4.2.1 (a) (b) (c) 
Steps: 
1. Get pupils to read pages 6-10. 
2. Talk ab...
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Worksheet 2 
Draw or next to each sentence given. 
1. Our ship is going to hit a big rock. 
2. I am anxious and nervou...
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EVENTS IN THE STORY 
ACTIVITY 3 
ALL GONE LS 4.2.1(c) 
Steps: 
1. Review the emotions involved in Activity 2. 
2. Lead...
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How did Gulliver feel when the ship wrecked? 
Complete the bubble. map. 
Source: Program i-Think-Bubble Map (2012) Age...
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EVENTS IN THE STORY 
ACTIVITY 4 
ROAD TO FREEDOM LS 4.2.1(a) 
Steps: 
1. Pupils read page 21 of Chapter 2. 
2. In pair...
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A. 
B. 
If you were the emperor, what other two conditions would you set? 
--------------------------- ---------------...
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EVENTS IN THE STORY 
ACTIVITY 5 
TRAVELLING WITH GULLIVER LS 4.3.1 
Steps: 
1. Divide pupils into groups. 
2. Pupils i...
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EVENTS IN THE STORY 
ACTIVITY 6 
MESSAGE-IN-A-BOTTLE LS 4.2.1(a) Theme : Might vs Right (Physical power vs moral right...
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EVENTS IN THE STORY 
ACTIVITY 7 
SECRET MESSAGE LS 4.3.1 Steps: 1. Distribute Task sheet 1 and 2. 
2. Pupils work in p...
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Task sheet 1 
Below is a diary entry written by one of the Lilliputian soldiers during the war time with Blefuscu. Use...
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Task sheet 2 
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A 
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N 
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B 
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 
O 
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C 
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 
P 
 
D 
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 
Q 
 
E 
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 
R 
 
F 
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 
S 
...
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EVENTS IN THE STORY 
ACTIVITY 8 
RESIZE ME LS 4.3.1 Steps: 1. Distribute Worksheet 5 to each pupil. 2. Pupils draw the...
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Worksheet 5
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EVENTS IN THE STORY 
ACTIVITY 9 
3…2…1…ACTION! LS 4.3.2 
Steps: 
1. Divide pupils into 5 groups. 
2. Assign a chapter ...
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Task sheet 3 
Suggested Performances: 
1. Show and Tell 
2. Miming 
3. Charades 
4. Reader’s Theatre 
5. Puppet Show 
...
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EVENTS IN THE STORY 
ACTIVITY 10 
COME ONE, COME ALL LS 4.3.1 
Steps: 
1. Work in the same group in Activity 9. 
2. As...
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Task sheet 4 
Source: http://filmusik.com/projects/past-shows/gullivers-travels/ 
Source: http://cacb.wordpress.com/ca...
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MORAL VALUES/ MESSAGE OF THE STORY 
ACTIVITY 1 
ONE GOOD TURN DESERVES ANOTHER L.S 4.2.1 (a) 
Steps: 
1. Distribute th...
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Worksheet 1 
Based on the text, complete the speech bubbles below. 
One good turn deserves another. 
After being told ...
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MORAL VALUES/ MESSAGE OF THE STORY 
ACTIVITY 2 
TAKING ADVANTAGE OF ... L.S 4.2.1(a) 
Steps: 
1. Discuss with pupils t...
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Worksheet 2 
The people of Lilliput took advantage of Gulliver. Write two situations in which Gulliver was taken advan...
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MORAL VALUES/ MESSAGE OF THE STORY 
ACTIVITY 3 
MY LOYALTY PLEDGE LS 4.2.1 (a) (c) 
Steps: 
1. Instruct the pupils to ...
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Worksheet 3 
How did Gulliver show his loyalty to... 
Lilliput 
Blefuscu
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Worksheet 4
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MORAL VALUES/ MESSAGE OF THE STORY 
ACTIVITY 4 
RECOGNISING GULLIVER LS 4.3.1 
Steps: 
1. Pupils work in small groups...
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Worksheet 5 
Complete the bridge map. 
Lemuel Gulliver as _________ as ___________ as ___________ as __________
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MORAL VALUES/ MESSAGE OF THE STORY 
ACTIVITY 5 
HONOUR ME LS 4.3.1 
Steps: 
1. Teacher show pictures of medal (refer ...
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Worksheet 6 - Creative Work 
Design a medal for Gulliver in conjunction of his Nardac, the highest title of honour in...
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GOING BEYOND THE TEXT 
ACTIVITY 1 
WELCOME GULLIVER TO ... LS 4.2.1 (a) (b) 
Steps: 
1. Divide the pupils in groups. ...
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GOING BEYOND THE TEXT 
ACTIVITY 2 
PENNING MY THOUGHTS LS 4.2.1 
Steps: 
1. Distribute Worksheet 2 to pupils. 
2. In ...
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Worksheet 2 
____________________________________ 
____________________________________ 
____________________________...
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GOING BEYOND THE TEXT 
ACTIVITY 3 
WE FEEL...WE BELIEVE...WE THINK LS 4.2.1 
Steps: 
1. Divide the class into groups....
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LITERATURE RESPONSE QUESTIONS CARDS 
(Cut along the dotted lines) 
Would you like to read something else by this auth...
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GOING BEYOND THE TEXT 
ACTIVITY 4 
LET’S GET INTERACTIVE LS 4.2.1(a) 
Steps: 
1. Prepare each computer with the Power...
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SAMPLE LESSON PLANS
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SAMPLE LESSON PLAN 
LESSON PLAN 1 
MY VALUABLES 
Theme : World of Stories 
Topic : My Valuables 
Learning Standards: ...
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Steps : 
Set Induction (Kim’s game) 
1. Teacher brings a bag/box containing a few objects relating to the story to th...
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Answers 
Sheep 
Cutting blade 
Needle 
Coins 
Key 
Glasses 
Comb 
Cow 
Quill 
Magnifying glass 
Scroll 
Hat 
Watch 
M...
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Worksheet 1 
Find the possible objects on Gulliver’s ship. Colour and list them in the space below. 
1. 
4. 
7. 
10. ...
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SAMPLE LESSON PLAN 
LESSON PLAN 2 
THE MAN AND THE MOUNTAIN 
Theme : World of Stories 
Topic : The Man and The Mounta...
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Set Induction 
1. Teacher writes the title ‘The Man and the Mountain’ on the board. 
2. Teacher asks pupils to guess ...
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POEM 
MAN MOUNTAIN 
Tall and majestic you stand, 
Making you look so grand, 
Courageous, strong and bold, 
With a hea...
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Worksheet 1 
THE MAN AND THE MOUNTAIN
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SAMPLE LESSON PLAN 
LESSON PLAN 3 
HONOUR ME 
Theme : World of Stories 
Topic : Honour Me 
Learning Standard: 
4.3.1 ...
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Set Induction 
1. Teacher shows pictures of medal (refer Appendix 2) or a real medal. 
2. Ask pupils these questions:...
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Worksheet 1 
Creative Work 
Design a medal for Gulliver in conjunction of his Nardac, the highest title of honour in ...
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EXAMPLES FOR ASSESSMENT 
INDIVIDUAL 
NAME: __________________________ 
CLASS: _________________________ 
TEACHER‘S NA...
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EXAMPLES FOR ASSESSMENT 
GROUP WORK 
Group: ______________ 
Teacher‘s note: Tick the appropriate column. 
Criteria 
E...
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EXAMPLES FOR ASSESSMENT 
Instructions: 
1. All students are required to save, compile and organise their individual w...
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EXAMPLES FOR ASSESSMENT 
Instructions: 
1. Divide the students into groups. 
2. Each group will have to present a per...
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PUPIL’S SELF REFLECTION 
Thank You For The Lovely Story! 
Hi, I am Gulliver. You read about me in the ―Gulliver’s Tra...
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Appendix 1
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Appendix 2
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Appendix 3
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Appendix 4 
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Appendix 5 
is awarded to 
____________________________ 
in recognition of 
__________________________________ 
SIGNA...
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References: 
http://www.coloringpagebook.com/shell-simple-shapes-coloring-pages/ 
http://doblelol.com/thumbs/coloring...
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http://www.abcteach.com/free/a/award_flower_rgb.jpg 
http://www.clker.com/clipart-medal-1.html 
http://www.clker.com/...
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  1. 1. 0 Source: Program i-Think-Flow Map (2012) Agensi Innovasi Malaysia.
  2. 2. 1 Table of Contents USING GRAPHIC NOVELS WITH CHILDREN A GUIDE FOR TEACHERS DEFINITION WHY DO WE USE GRAPHIC NOVELS? VISUAL FEATURES OF GRAPHIC NOVELS INTRODUCING THE BOOK REVOLVING AROUND THE TEXT EXPLORING THE FRONT COVER EXPLORING THE BACK COVER SYNOPSIS CHARACTERS IN THE BOOK DESCRIPTION SETTING/PLACE OF THE STORY EVENTS IN THE STORY MESSAGE/MORAL OF THE STORY SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES REVOLVING AROUND THE TEXT SYNOPSIS CHARACTERS IN THE STORY SETTINGS EVENTS IN THE STORY MORAL VALUES/ MESSAGE OF THE STORY GOING BEYOND THE TEXT SAMPLE LESSON PLANS EXAMPLES FOR ASSESSMENT PUPIL’S SELF REFLECTION APPENDICES 3 3 3 3 4 9 9 9 10 11 14 18 20 21 23 26 27 34 41 61 77 96 108 116 129 133 134
  3. 3. 2 USING GRAPHIC NOVELS WITH CHILDREN A GUIDE FOR TEACHERS Definition A graphic novel is a combination of words and images that form a story that is presented in the form of a book. It consists of dialogues shown in balloons that enable learners to read simple and short texts. A graphic novel can be an ideal tool for pupils to learn the language. This is because it consists of several unique elements; o Linear narrative as found in short stories and novels o Illustrations and images as found in picture books o Dialogues as found in plays and poetry Why do we use graphic novels? Graphic novels can be used in the primary schools for these reasons:  Attract pupils’ interest to read especially the reluctant readers  Consist of rich and complex plots which can attract advanced readers  Colourful graphics in the form of pictures that can attract young pupils  Help pupils who are struggling with language as the illustration provides contextual clues to the meaning of the words/sentences  Expose pupils to literary elements through visual and words
  4. 4. 3 Visual Features of Graphic Novels Graphic novels consist of various features which one needs to know. These features are elaborated below. 1. Splash Page: It is a full page illustration which opens and introduces a story. It can also be used to indicate suspense. The splash page usually consists of large, dominant visuals and bold print that function as an attention grabber among young learners. Figure 1
  5. 5. 4 2. Frames/Panels: Graphic novels use frames and panels to illustrate the story. The visuals on one page are captured in a big frame. Within a frame, one may find few panels. The panels are boxes that contain each of the scenes. The panels can be arranged on the page in a linear fashion as shown in Figure 1 or in a non-linear fashion as shown in Figure 2. Figure 2
  6. 6. 5 3. Font Sizes, Colours, and Styles: The texts in graphic novels are differentiated using various font sizes. For example, bigger font size is used to indicate dramatic effect. Different colours are used to differentiate between the narratives and the dialogues. Words can also be used to display sounds and emphasize the action taking place in the story. The use of onomatopoeia in graphic novel is indicated through the use of styles. For example, ‘tick’ (refer to Figure 3) is written in such a way to show urgency to the time. Figure 3
  7. 7. 6 4. Gutters: The space between the panels is called the gutter. As readers move from panel to panel, they have to make inferences and draw conclusions as to what happens in the gutter—in that tiny space between each scene. The authors use the gutters to move along the action in scenes, to show the passage of time, or to make changes in locations. 5. Word Balloons: Word balloons are speech bubbles found in graphic novels. These can be in different shapes and sizes throughout the novel. Word balloons indicate the words uttered by various characters in the story. Gutter
  8. 8. 7 How to read the Graphic Novel You read the graphic novel from left to right. You can see the example below.
  9. 9. 8 INTRODUCING THE BOOK REVOLVING AROUND THE TEXT EXPLORING THE FRONT COVER Genre Title Author Retold by Illustrator
  10. 10. 9 REVOLVING AROUND THE TEXT EXPLORING THE BACK COVER Summary Book Series Barcode
  11. 11. 10 SYNOPSIS Chapter 1- A Voyage to Lilliput Lemuel Gulliver loves sailing. On 4 May 1699, he sets for sail with Captain Prichard. In his voyage, the ship hits a rock due to strong waves. Gulliver finds himself washed ashore. He wakes up and finds himself tied to the ground. He sees little people around him. When he tries to free himself, the little people start shooting arrows at him but the arrows do not injure him. Nevertheless, he feels very uncomfortable. He begs the people to free him although he could not understand their language. They only stop shooting the arrows when he lies still. Chapter 2- Meeting the Emperor Gulliver requests for food and drinks. The little people understood his need and he is given food and drinks. The emperor arrives and Gulliver signals for his liberty. The emperor refuses him but ensures him that he will be treated well. The men then bring Gulliver to the capital and there Gulliver’s leg is chained to the ground. He stays in a large temple which becomes his home. He is taken good care by the Lilliputians. He learns their language and they call him Man –Mountain. Gulliver asks the emperor for his liberty again but the emperor says he can only leave if the council agrees. The emperor orders his men to search Gulliver. After going through his pockets and finding a clock and some coins, they release him. They also make him agree to a few conditions in which one of it is to help Lilliput fight their enemy, Blefuscu. Chapter 3- The war with Blefuscu Gulliver meets the empress and offers her his services. Reldresal, a council member tells him that he is needed to fight the Blefuscudians who plan to invade the land of Lilliput. Gulliver manages to capture their entire fleet. For this, he is given the highest honour, Nardac. However, his happiness is short-lived. The emperor orders Gulliver to bring in the Blesfuscudians as prisoners but Gulliver refuses. This makes the emperor very angry. Three weeks later, the residents of Blefuscu invited Gulliver to their kingdom. The emperor of Lilliput is even more upset when Gulliver tells him about
  12. 12. 11 his plan to visit Blefuscu. However, Gulliver gets the opportunity to gain the emperor’s trust when a fire breaks at the palace. He puts out the fire by urinating on it. A council member informs him secretly that the council is charging him for dishonouring the palace and showing disloyalty to Lilliput for planning to visit Blesfuscu. The council member also informs him that he will be put to death the following morning. Sensing the danger that lies ahead, Gulliver leaves for Blefuscu and is greeted well by the people. With their help, he leaves for his homeland on 24 September 1701. He arrives in England and tells the people there of his adventures with the tiny people. They do not believe him until he shows them the tiny animals that he has brought along. Chapter 4 – Land of Giants Back in England, Gulliver makes a living by exhibiting his tiny animals from Lilliput. The following year, he sets sail with Captain John Nicholas and his crew to explore the great island for fresh water. Upon their journey on these islands, they are warned about the unfriendly natives. Nevertheless they decide to explore one of the islands. Left behind by the others on the island, Gulliver encounters giants in the cornfield. One of the giants picks him up and the terrified Gulliver begs for his life. The giant brings Gulliver to his master who then invites him for a meal. At the master giant’s home, Gulliver meets his daughter, Glumdalclitch. She takes care of him and he becomes the source of income for the family. One day, the Queen hears about Gulliver and invites him to stay at her palace. Gulliver is sold to the Queen with the condition that Glumdalclitch remains as his nurse. In his every encounter with danger, Glumdalclitch is always there to rescue him. Chapter 5 – A Wild Escape One day, Gulliver and Glumdalclitch travel to the south coast with the King and Queen. Gulliver travels in a travelling box which is also his home. With Glumdalclitch’s permission, a royal servant takes him for a walk along the shore. He then realizes his longing to see his own country. After a while, he returns to take a nap inside his travelling closet when suddenly the closet is carried away by a large bird. The bird drops the closet into the sea. Stranded at sea, he starts shouting loudly for rescue.
  13. 13. 12 Fortunately, some sailors hear him and rescue him from the sea. They do not believe his adventures in the land of the giants until they see the gigantic objects that he has in his cabinet. He returns safely to England and heeds his family and friends’ request to stop sailing anymore. NOTE: Creative activities have been designed to pertaining chapters for teachers’ reference.
  14. 14. 13 PEOPLE IN THE STORY MAIN CHARACTERS Also known as: Chapter 1 Man-Mountain Chapter 4 Grildrig Little Gopher Splacnuck Glumdalclitch Lemuel Gulliver
  15. 15. 14 Queen and King of Giants Emperor of Lilliput & Skyresh Bolgolam
  16. 16. 15 PEOPLE IN THE STORY SUPPORTING CHARACTERS Reldresal The Farmers
  17. 17. 16 People of Lill People of Lilliput People of Blefuscu
  18. 18. 17 CHARACTERISTICS CHARACTERISTICS FOR MAIN CHARACTERS CHARACTER DESCRIPTION WHY WE SAY THIS? Lemuel Gulliver  Brave  Well-mannered  Adventurous He fought the rodents, bees and dog. (Page 45, 51 and 53) “Please forgive me, sir, but I do not speak your language.” (Page 14) “Thank you for everything, your majesty. My only wish, however, is for my liberty.” (Page 19) I longed to return to the seas. (Quill written) (Page 36) I longed to see the ocean. (Page 58) Glumdalclitch  Loving  Kind “You can’t go without me Grildrig. What if something happens to you again?” (Page 58) During the next several days, she made me seven shirts… (Page 45) King and Queen of Giants  Inquisitive “What would you have done if this had happened in your own country?” (Page 56) The Emperor of Lilliput  Authoritative “I will order their people to follow the law of Lilliput.” (Page 27) Skyresh Bolgolam  Cruel “He will pay for this crime.” (Page 30) “For this crime, Bolgolam wanted to put you to death.” (Page 31)
  19. 19. 18 CHARACTERISTICS CHARACTERISTICS FOR SUPPORTING CHARACTERS CHARACTER DESCRIPTION WHY WE SAY THIS? Reldresal  Loyal to the country “Blefuscu has a large fleet and is preparing to attack. We need your help.” (Page 23) People of Lilliput  Brave They tie Gulliver to the ground and shoot arrows at him. (Page 10-12) People of Blefuscu  Welcoming  Grateful “All of Blefuscu welcomes you!” (Page 33) “We owe you for keeping our country free.” (Page 34) The master giant’s family  Kind “He seems to enjoy my company. He gathered me up and carried me home.” (Page 41)
  20. 20. 19 SETTINGS Time  4 May 1699, set sail with Captain Prichard and crew.  24 September 1701, left Blefuscu  20 June 1702, left England with Captain John Nicholas and crew  26 October 1702, arrived at the capital of the Land of Giants Place  Open Sea  Lilliput – Lilliput’s shore, Gulliver’s shelter (Ancient Temple), Capital of Lilliput  Blefuscu – Blefuscu’s shore, Blefuscu’s castle  England  Land of Giants – Land of Giants shore, farmer’s master’s house, neighbouring town, capital, small house, palace garden, south coast and travelling closet Community  People of Lilliput  People of Blefuscu  People of England  People of Land of Giants
  21. 21. 20 EVENTS IN THE STORY He was happy with his adventure and looked forward to another. In Blefuscu, Gulliver salvaged a stranded boat and left for open sea. He was saved by a ship the day after. He returned to England. Bolgolam was angry and voted to end Gulliver's life. A warning from a council member made Gulliver decide to leave for Blefuscu. Liliput's palace caught on fire. Gulliver urinated on the fire at the palace. He refused to hand the ships to Liliput. He was needed to defend Liliput from Blefuscu's invaders. He walked to the opposing island and captured their ships. Tiny people took Gulliver to the emperor of the island, The Emperor of Liliput. He was forced to stay around with several conditions. The island was inhibited by tiny people, who then took control of him by forcing him to the ground. Lemuel Gulliver, set off for an adventure by sea. He was caught in a storm and then stranded on an unknown island.
  22. 22. 21 Again he was happy with his adventure and wondered if his next adventure would be as wonderful as his last two travels. Fortunately, he was found by a ship and saved. During one of the trips with the royal family, he wanted to go to the beach. A royal servant brought him to a beach. While he was there, a crow grabbed his travelling box/closet and threw it into the sea. Gulliver was resting inside it. He stayed with the Queen and he was attacked by big animals. Gulliver then travelled the country performing shows until he was bought by the Queen of the Giants. The daughter, whom Gulliver named Glumdalclitch, took care of Gulliver. The master carried Gulliver home to his family. Gulliver then realised that the island inhabitants were giants. Gulliver ran and found himself in a giant cornfield. He was then found by a giant who took him to his master. Soon Gulliver set sail again with Captain John Nicholas. They landed on an island. He was left stranded when his shipmates ran away after being chased by a giant.
  23. 23. 22 MORAL VALUES/ MESSAGE OF THE STORY MORAL VALUES FROM THE STORY 1. Sense of belonging “Oh, how I wish to see my own country.” (Page 58) 2. Respect “Please forgive me, sir, but I do not speak your language.” (Page 14) 3. Appreciation “I am honoured, your majesty.” (Page 26) 4. Loyalty “I am ready to defend the emperor and Lilliput.” (Page 23) 5. Polite and well-mannered “Thank you for everything, your majesty. My only wish, however, is for my liberty.” (Page 19) 6. Honours his promises “I promised to be their ally against Blefuscu.” (Page 23) “I have come as promised and offer my services.” (Page 33) 7. Adventurous I longed to return to the seas. (Quill written) (Page 36) “I wonder if I would ever have an adventure as wonderful as my first two travels.” (Page 63) 8. Caring and compassionate “No, I would never help turn free people into prisoners!” (Page 27) “Always thinking of my safety before your own health, little nurse. I’ll be fine.” (Page 58)
  24. 24. 23 MORAL VALUES/ MESSAGE OF THE STORY MESSAGE FROM THE STORY 1. We should honour our promises. “I have come as promised and offer my services” (Page 33) 2. We should be polite with everyone, irrespective of their age, size, gender and background. “Please forgive me, sir, but I do not speak your language” (Page 14) 3. We should be loyal to our King and country. “Long live the Emperor of Lilliput!” (Page 25) 4. We should treasure friendship. “Let him go! He’s my friend” (Page 55) Note: Teacher can add on other relevant messages
  25. 25. 24 GOING BEYOND THE TEXT NOTE: At the end of the book, the author has given a summary of Gulliver’s third and fourth travels. Suggested creative activities have been designed for your reference.
  26. 26. 25
  27. 27. 26 REVOLVING AROUND THE TEXT ACTIVITY 1 WHAT’S ON THE COVER LS 4.2.1 (a) Steps : 1. Show the cover of the book. 2. Pupils guess the name of the man on the cover and describe his attire. 3. Pupils study the front and back cover of the book carefully. 4. Pupils talk about the body language and facial expression of the man.  What is he doing?  How is he feeling?  What is he thinking? 5. Get pupils to predict the story from the title.  From the word ‘travel’, what do you think the story is about?  What other characters do you think you can find in the story? 6. Distribute Worksheet 1. 7. Pupils complete the worksheet. Educational Emphases:  Constructivism  i-Think Programme - Bubble Map  Multiple Intelligences – Intrapersonal Thinking Skill (Applying)
  28. 28. 27 Talk about the cover of the book. Source: Swift, J. (2010) Gulliver’s Travels. London: Raintree Publishers.
  29. 29. 28 Worksheet 1 Look at the cover of Gulliver’s Travels and complete the details below. Source: Swift, J. (2010) Gulliver’s Travels. London: Raintree Publishers. Illustrator Title Publisher Original Author Retold by i-Think Programme – Bubble Map Year of Publication
  30. 30. 29 REVOLVING AROUND THE TEXT ACTIVITY 2 MY QUILL LS 4.3.1 Materials 1. duck’s feather 2. water colours 3. palette 4. A4 papers Steps: 1. Distribute Worksheet 2. 2. Dip the duck’s feather in the water colour and write out the title of the graphic novel creatively anywhere on the task sheet. 3. Give a suitable and creative name to the ship. 4. Use different colours to decorate the picture of the ship. 5. Discuss with pupils the journey on a ship: a. What do you see on the ship? b. Who works on the ship? c. Would you like to travel on the ship? Why? * Teacher may encourage pupils (good students) to name the main parts of the ship. Educational Emphases:  Creativity  Multiple Intelligence – Visual - Spatial Thinking Skill (Creativity)
  31. 31. 30 Worksheet 2
  32. 32. 31 REVOLVING AROUND THE TEXT ACTIVITY 3 MY VALUABLES LS 4.2.1 (a) (b) (c) Steps: 1. Distribute Worksheet 3. 2. Pupils talk about the objects that they can see in the picture. 3. Pupils find and colour the possible objects found in the picture. 4. Pupils list the objects in the space provided with the correct spelling. 5. Pupils discuss how these objects are used in the story. 6. Check the answers with pupils. Answers 1. sheep 5. cutting blade 9. needle 13. coins 2. key 6. glasses 10. comb 14. cow 3. quill 7. magnifying glass 11. scroll 4. hat 8. watch 12. map Educational Emphases:  Contextual Learning  Multiple Intelligence – Visual - Spatial Thinking Skill (Analysing)
  33. 33. 32 Worksheet 3 Find the possible items on Gulliver’s ship. Colour and list them in the space below. 1. 4. 7. 10. 13. 2. 5. 8. 11. 14. 3. 6. 9. 12.
  34. 34. 33 SYNOPSIS ACTIVITY 1 GULLIVER’S DIARY LS 4.2.1 Steps: 1. Pupils work in groups. 2. Distribute the sentence strips to pupils. 3. Pupils read and rearrange the sentence strips on a piece of paper. 4. At random, pick pupils to read out their answers. Educational Emphases:  Contextual Learning  Multiple Intelligence – Verbal Linguistic Thinking Skill (Applying)
  35. 35. 34 Worksheet 1 SENTENCE STRIPS Cut and rearrange the sentence strips. While travelling, Gulliver’s closet fell into the sea. Soon, Gulliver helped Lilliput’s emperor to attack Blefuscu. He was washed ashore and captured by tiny creatures. On 4 May 1699, Gulliver began his first voyage. One morning, Gulliver fled to Blefuscu with a fleet of ships. On 20 June 1702, Gulliver left England for his second voyage. Several councilmen accused Gulliver had convicted of treason. He wanted freedom and agreed to the three conditions. The king helped Gulliver to sail home on 24 September 1701. He landed on the Land of Giants. He was captured and his master made him perform for money. A ship found him and they returned to England.
  36. 36. 35 SYNOPSIS ACTIVITY 2 GULLIVER’S EXPERIENCE LS 4.2.1 Steps: 1. Distribute Worksheet 2 to each pair. 2. Pupils look at the pictures and texts given. 3. Pupils fill in the blanks to complete the texts. Answers Situation 1 1- rock, 2- ashore, 3- island Situation 2 1- captured, 2-emperor, 3-council, 4-liberty Situation 3 1-attack, 2-strength, 3-defend, 4-fleet/ships Situation 4 1-Giants, 2-corn, 3-enjoyed, 4-perform Situation 5 1-palace, 2-box/closet, 3- bird/eagle/hawk, 4- sea, 5-ship Educational Emphases:  Constructivism  Multiple Intelligence – Interpersonal Thinking Skill (Applying)
  37. 37. 36 Worksheet 2 Fill in the blanks to complete the texts. Situation 1 Situation 2 Situation 3 Situation 4 Lemuel Gulliver was travelling on a ship with Captain Prichard and crew. Suddenly, the ship crashed into a (1) _______. He was washed (2) _________. It was a strange (3) ___________. Gulliver was (1) ___________ by tiny creatures of the strange island. He was taught the language of Lilliput. When he went to see the (2) ___________, he begged for his freedom. The emperor brought the matter to the (3) __________. They set three conditions for his (4) _____________. One day, a council member came to see Gulliver. Blefuscu was preparing to (1) _________ Lilliput and the emperor needed Gulliver’s (2) ________. He was ready to (3) ________ the emperor and Lilliput as what he had agreed. Soon, he was able to capture their (4) ________ .
  38. 38. 37 Situation 4 Situation 5 In 1702, Gulliver sailed off in search of another adventure. He was stranded in the Land of (1) ___________. A farmer found him in the (2) __________ field. Gulliver’s new master (3)_____________ his company. He decided to ask Gulliver to (4) ____________ and make money for him. Gulliver’s fame reached the queen and he was brought into the (1)____________. When Gulliver was brought to tour the south coast, he was placed in a travelling (2)___________. One day, when he was at the seashore, a big (3) ________ snatched the closet and dropped it into the (4) _______. He was found by a (5) __________ and returned to England.
  39. 39. 38 SYNOPSIS ACTIVITY 3 WHAT’S MORE LS 4.2.1 Steps: 1. Elicit responses based from the following questions:  When did Gulliver start his travel?  Where did Gulliver first land in his travel?  What happened there?  Where did he go after that?  What happened on the 24 September 1701?  How did he earn his living upon his return to England?  When did he start his second travel? *Ask questions to guide pupils to complete Worksheet 3 2. Distribute Worksheet 3 to the pupils. 3. Pupils are asked to complete the blanks with the correct answers. Answers  4th May 1699 - set sail with Captain Prichard  Landed in Lilliput  20th June 1702 - left England with Captain John Nicholas and his crew. Educational Emphases:  Knowledge Acquisition  Multiple Intelligence – Verbal Linguistic Thinking Skill (Applying and Creating)
  40. 40. 39 Worksheet 3 Complete the diagram below. Source: Program i-Think-Flow Map (2012) Agensi Innovasi Malaysia. 4 May 1699 – set __________ Landed _____________ Ran to Blefuscu. 24 September 1701 - sailed back to England. Made a living by showing his tiny cattle 20 June 1702 - left __________________ Landed on The Land of Giants. Escaped and went back to England. ?
  41. 41. 40 CHARACTERS IN THE STORY ACTIVITY 1 ALL OF ME LS 4.2.1 (a) Steps: 1. In pairs, get pupils to look for the different names given to Gulliver in the story. 2. Fill in the names in Worksheet 1. 3. Guide pupils to reason why the names were given to Gulliver.  Man-Mountain (Page 19): He is as big as a mountain to the people in Lilliput.  Grildrig (Page 45): No specific reason, accept any reasonable answers.  Splacnuck (Page 47-50): He is referred to as a pet.  Little Gopher (Page 48): He is small compared to the gaints. Answer Man- Mountain Grildrig Little Gopher Lemuel Gulliver Splacnuck Educational Emphases:  Constructivism  Multiple Intelligence – Visual-Spatial Thinking Skill (Applying and Analysing)
  42. 42. 41 Worksheet 1 Complete the bubble map with names given to Gulliver in the story. Source: Program i-Think-Bubble Map (2012) Agensi Innovasi Malaysia.
  43. 43. 42 CHARACTERS IN THE STORY ACTIVITY 2 WHO AM I? LS 4.1.2 Steps: 1. Using the five names given to Gulliver in Worksheet 1, pupils complete the poem by filling in the blanks in Worksheet 2. 2. Get pupils to read the poem aloud. 3. Pupils can recite the poems in groups. Answers Man-Mountain captured the Blefuscudians and that’s when I was honoured. However, glory did not last long when I sailed to the land of Giants. Though Grildrig, a name given by Glumdalclitch Little Gopher and Splacnuck I was called. Nevertheless, Lemuel Gulliver I’ll always be. Travel and adventure are part of me. Educational Emphases:  Contextual Learning  Multiple Intelligence – Verbal Linguistic Thinking Skill (Understanding)
  44. 44. 43 Worksheet 2 Complete the poem with the names given to Gulliver in the story. ______________ captured the Blefuscudians and that’s when I was honoured. However, glory did not last long when I sailed to the land of giants. Though ____________, a name given by Glumdalclitch Little __________ and ____________ I was called. Nevertheless, ___________________ I’ll always be. Travel and adventure are part of me.
  45. 45. 44 CHARACTERS IN THE STORY ACTIVITY 3 THE MAN AND THE MOUNTAIN LS 4.2.1 (a) Steps: 1. Distribute the poem to pupils. 2. Recite the poem with the pupils (Shared reading). 3. Circle the words that describe the man. 4. Underline the words that describe the mountain. 5. Get pupils to identify words used to describe both the man and the mountain. 6. Complete Worksheet 3. Suggested Answers tall bold strong honour might courageous knight willing to give a hand trustworthy true and giving heart of gold power peaceful tall majestic grand strong might peaceful tall strong peaceful might Educational Emphases:  Constructivism  Multiple Intelligence – Verbal Linguistic Thinking Skill (Analysing) THE MAN AND THE MOUNTAIN
  46. 46. 45 POEM THE MAN AND THE MOUNTAIN Tall and majestic you stand, Making you look so grand, Courageous, strong and bold, With a heart of gold. Looking at you with such a might, A knight for us you will fight, An honour in our great land, Always willing to give a hand. Trustworthy, true and giving, Despite the chances of leaving, Defending honour and power, To remain peaceful forever.
  47. 47. 46 Worksheet 3 THE MAN AND THE MOUNTAIN
  48. 48. 47 CHARACTERS IN THE STORY ACTIVITY 4 CREATING GULLIVER LS 4.3.1 Steps: 1. Distribute Worksheet 4 to pupils. 2. Pupils draw the characters based on the adjectives provided and their imagination. 3. Display pupils’ work on the wall. 4. Distribute four stickers to each pupil. 5. Pupils do a gallery walk to choose the best drawn Gulliver, Emperor of Lilliput, master giant and Glumdalclitch. 6. The pupils place the sticker on the best drawn characters. 7. The pupils justify their choice. Note: This activity arouses pupils’ imagination in associating the names and the given adjectives. Educational Emphases:  Creating and Innovation  Multiple Intelligence – Visual-Spatial Thinking Skill (Creating, Evaluating, Analysing)
  49. 49. 48 Worksheet 4 Read the adjectives given and draw in the space provided. Gulliver broad shoulders, muscular, tall, long hair, big round eyes Emperor of Liliput tiny, skinny, thick moustache Master Giant huge, shoulder-length wavy hair, a goatee Glumdalclitch small sized, big round eyes, curly hair
  50. 50. 49 CHARACTERS IN THE STORY ACTIVITY 5 PUPPET TIME LS 4.3.1 Materials 1. coloured pencils 2. glue 3. sequins/beads 4. markers 5. ice cream/satay/bamboo sticks 6. cellophane tape 7. manila card Steps: 1. Divide the class into groups of five. 2. Each group is given the picture of five characters in the story. 3. Pupils colour and decorate these characters. 4. Paste them on a manila card and cut out the characters. 5. Make the puppets by attaching the characters on an ice cream, satay or bamboo stick. Educational Emphases:  Constructivism  Multiple Intelligence – Visual-Spatial/ Bodily-Kinaesthetic Thinking Skill (Creating)
  51. 51. 50 Worksheet 1 GLUMDALCLITCH
  52. 52. 51 LEMUEL GULLIVER
  53. 53. 52 THE EMPEROR OF LILLIPUT
  54. 54. 53 THE QUEEN OF THE GIANTS
  55. 55. 54 THE KING OF THE GIANTS
  56. 56. 55 CHARACTERS IN THE STORY ACTIVITY 6 CHORAL SPEAKING / JAZZ CHANT LS 4.1.1 Steps: 1. Divide the class into two groups. 2. Using the given poem (The Man and the Mountain), pupils practice choral speaking. 3. Pupils present their choral speaking. 4. Check on their stress, pronunciation and intonation. Educational Emphases:  Values and Citizenship  Multiple Intelligence – Musical Thinking Skill (Applying) NOTE: Refer Page 47 for ‘The Man and The Mountain’ poem
  57. 57. 56 CHARACTERS IN THE STORY ACTIVITY 7 SPOT ME! LS 4.2.1(a) Steps: 1. Distribute Worksheet 5 to the pupils. 2. Pupils find and circle the words provided. 3. Pupils talk about the characters in the story e.g. relationship between the captain and Gulliver. Q R E D P E J S X J G B O D F W N M U G C K U Q G S E V I T A N Y E Q E X W E R C R E T S A M Y S B Q J U N Q E N E M I E S L R H C D H W N E R R K F S O Y Z I F F H A L Y N K E E N Q E E O B Y B Z O U R T I R Y N M D R B F N L D V L G K S A G E B T R V V F S W Z S A H M E T I H S X T A A I E S N S R T E J P A L D I M N F C J O N E I E Z A A N O O Z D T N E G L Z R R R L M C T T F E Z E K R D D T P E H J F S L U R E H S N Q Q I A M G B X T G N I K Z N V U T T E I E A P V Y W H M I H Q W K J T R L Z Y R Q Q N Y B D R O R E P M E O D O Z W K K P R I S O N E R K E R G V A S captain giant queen crew king resident daughter majesty scholar emperor master servant empress natives soldier enemies officer tailor farmer prisoner voyager Educational Emphases:  Contextual Learning  Multiple Intelligence – Verbal Linguistic Thinking Skill (Analysing)
  58. 58. 57 Worksheet 5 Find and circle the words. Q R E D P E J S X J G B O D F W N M U G C K U Q G S E V I T A N Y E Q E X W E R C R E T S A M Y S B Q J U N Q E N E M I E S L R H C D H W N E R R K F S O Y Z I F F H A L Y N K E E N Q E E O B Y B Z O U R T I R Y N M D R B F N L D V L G K S A G E B T R V V F S W Z S A H M E T I H S X T A A I E S N S R T E J P A L D I M N F C J O N E I E Z A A N O O Z D T N E G L Z R R R L M C T T F E Z E K R D D T P E H J F S L U R E H S N Q Q I A M G B X T G N I K Z N V U T T E I E A P V Y W H M I H Q W K J T R L Z Y R Q Q N Y B D R O R E P M E O D O Z W K K P R I S O N E R K E R G V A S captain giant queen crew king resident daughter majesty scholar emperor master servant empress natives soldier enemies officer tailor farmer prisoner voyager
  59. 59. 58 CHARACTERS IN THE STORY ACTIVITY 8 SHOW TIME LS 4.3.2 Steps : 1. Pupils are divided in groups of 5. 2. Distribute the dialogue to each group and each member plays a character. 3. Pupils use the dialogue and practise their lines. 4. Then, pupils perform a puppet show using the puppets that were created in Activity 5-Puppet Time.
  60. 60. 59 TASK SHEET 1 DIALOGUE One day… Messenger : The queen wishes to see this splacnuck. Glumdalclitch : His name’s Grildrig! Soon after, at the palace … Queen : I have heard great things about your act and would ask you to come to live with the royal family. Grildrig : I would like nothing more, but I am a slave. A while later Grildrig : I must beg that Glumdalclitch continue to be my nurse. Queen : As you wish. The queen carried Grildrig to the king … King : How long have you had a pet splacnuck, my dear? Glumdalclitch : He’s not a splacnuck! Queen : She’s right. It looks like a human. King : It is nothing more than a toy. Grildrig : I am much more than that, your majesty. King : What? It can speak! Grildrig : Of course. I come from a country of several million people, all my own size. King : What a fabulous tale! Grildrig : But, your majesty, this tale is true.
  61. 61. 60 SETTING ACTIVITY 1 JOIN THE PIECES! LS 4.2.1 (b) Materials Needed 1. scissors 2. glue 3. poster sheet 4. envelopes Steps: 1. Cut out the jigsaw pieces and the labelson Tasksheet 1. 2. Put them into envelopes. 3. Divide the pupils into small groups. 4. Give a time limit to the pupils to complete the three pictures and label them. 5. The fastest team to paste the completed pictures and labels on a display sheet correctly, wins. Educational Emphases:  Contextual Learning  Multiple Intelligence – Visual-Spatial Thinking Skill (Applying)
  62. 62. 61 Task sheet 1 (Photocopy the pictures and labels. Cut out the jigsaw pieces along the white lines) Land of Lilliput
  63. 63. 62 Land of Blefuscu Land of Giants
  64. 64. 63 SETTING ACTIVITY 2 COMPLETE ME LS 4.2.1 (a),(b) Materials needed: 1. envelope 2. glue 3. poster sheet 4. Tasksheet 2 Steps: 1. Cut out the pictures on Tasksheet 2 and put them in envelopes. 2. Divide pupils into 5 groups. 3. Name the groups based on the five setting:  The Sea  The Ship  Land of Lilliput  Land of Blefuscu  Land of Giants 4. Distribute the envelopes containing pictures of settings and the display sheets. 5. Each group will be given a different setting. 6. Pupils identify the pictures for their own setting and paste them on the display sheet. 7. Distribute Task Sheet 3 to each group. 8. Pupils write the correct descriptions of places for their settings. 9. Paste the poster sheets on the wall and conduct a gallery walk. 10. Encourage pupils to ask questions on other’s work. Educational Emphases:  Contextual Learning  Multiple Intelligence – Verbal Linguistic Thinking Skill (Applying) NOTE: Place a few pictures of other settings in each envelope.
  65. 65. 64 Task sheet 2 The Sea
  66. 66. 65 The Ship
  67. 67. 66 Land of Lilliput
  68. 68. 67 Land of Blefuscu
  69. 69. 68 Land of Giants
  70. 70. 69 Task sheet 3  Grass  Huge piece of land in Lilliput  Hilly area  Some parts of the land is brown in colour – dried grass  Day  Beach  Cliff  Sea  Ships dock  night  dining table  table cloth  plate  evening  Capital area  Palace  Buildings  Towers  The building on the right has columns (pillars)  Day  village in Blefuscu  cattle  a farm on the right  houses  palace  palace on a hill  rocky hills  day  gigantic four-poster bed  bedroom  a bed with curtains  pebbled floors  wooden bed  night  A temple which is the largest building in Lilliput  Staircase – made of stone  The temple is on a hill.  The temple is grey in colour  The temple has 6 columns (pillars)  There’s a forest  Day  theatre house  in town  a few buildings  a meadow  grazing cows  stage  a wooden bench  day  In the palace  A meeting room  There are arches  Benches  A place for meetings and discussions  Day  Pillar in the room  field of corns  gigantic corns  gigantic corn plants  day  staircase  walls  rock walls  the palace of Blefuscu is built around a rocky hill  courtyard  day  travelling closet  a mini chest  grilled window  bed with pillows  day
  71. 71. 70 Answer No Pictures Description 1  Grass  Huge piece of land in Lilliput  Hilly area  Some parts of the land is brown in colour – dried grass  Day 2  Capital area  Palace  Buildings  Towers  The building on the right has columns (pillars)  Day 3  A temple which is the largest building in Lilliput  Staircase – made of stone  The temple is on a hill.  The temple is grey in colour  The temple has 6 columns (pillars)  There’s a forest  Day 4  In the palace  A meeting room  There are arches  Benches  A place for meetings and discussions  Day  Pillar in the room
  72. 72. 71 5  Beach  Cliff  Sea  Ships dock  night 6  village in Blefuscu  cattle  a farm on the right  houses  palace  palace on a hill  rocky hills  day 7  sea  ships and boats  near the shores of Blefuscu  day
  73. 73. 72 8  staircase  walls  rock walls  the palace of Blefuscu is built around a rocky hill  courtyard  day 9  coastal shore  beach  grass  sandy  day 10  field of corns  gigantic corns  gigantic corn plants  day 11  dining table  table cloth  plate  evening
  74. 74. 73 12  gigantic four-poster bed  bedroom  a bed with curtains  pebbled floors  wooden bed  night 13  travelling closet  a mini chest  grilled window  bed with pillows  day 14  theatre house  in town  a few buildings  a meadow  grazing cows  stage  a wooden bench  day
  75. 75. 74 SETTING ACTIVITY 3 HERE AND THERE LS 4.2.1 (b) Steps 1. Get pupils to work in pairs. 2. Distribute Worksheet 1 and ask pupils to write about the setting as in Gulliver’s travels. 3. Pick pupils at random to share and discuss their answers. 4. Encourage pupils to talk on the different settings for each place which Gulliver has been to. Educational Emphases:  Constructivism  Multiple Intelligence – Visual-Spatial Thinking Skill (Applying)
  76. 76. 75 Worksheet 1 Place What can you see? What can you hear? Lilliput Blefuscu Land of Giants The ships The Sea
  77. 77. 76 EVENTS IN THE STORY ACTIVITY 1 TRAVELOGUE LS 4.2.1 (a) (b) (c) Steps: 1. After reading each chapter, guide pupils to fill in a diary entry into the travelogue provided. This activity could be integrated with ICT. 2. Write significant dates and events, encountered by Gulliver during his adventurous voyage. 3. Each travelogue is to be complied into a booklet. Educational Emphases:  ICT  Multiple Intelligence – Intrapersonal Thinking Skill (Applying)
  78. 78. 77 Worksheet 1
  79. 79. 78 EVENTS IN THE STORY ACTIVITY 2 ALL ALONE LS 4.2.1 (a) (b) (c) Steps: 1. Get pupils to read pages 6-10. 2. Talk about the events leading to the shipwreck. 3. Distribute Worksheet 2. 4. Pupils draw a happy or sad smiley next to each sentence. Educational Emphases:  Contextual Learning  Multiple Intelligence – Intrapersonal Thinking Skill (Evaluating)
  80. 80. 79 Worksheet 2 Draw or next to each sentence given. 1. Our ship is going to hit a big rock. 2. I am anxious and nervous. 3. The crew members try to avoid the ship from hitting the rock. 4. We must not give up. 5. The waves are too strong. 6. We could not avoid the rock. 7. I do not know what happened to my friends. 8. I am lucky to be alive. 9. I was washed on a distant shore. 10. I walked nearly half a mile but could not see any sign of houses or people. 11. When I woke up, it was daylight. 12. At last, I saw some tiny people.
  81. 81. 80 EVENTS IN THE STORY ACTIVITY 3 ALL GONE LS 4.2.1(c) Steps: 1. Review the emotions involved in Activity 2. 2. Lead the students to discuss on how Gulliver felt being alone on a foreign land. Pupils talk about their own experiences of loneliness. 3. Distribute Worksheet 3. 4. Instruct pupils to complete the worksheet. Suggested Answers  Scared and Frightened  Loneliness  Lost  No friends  Helpless  Regrets  Tired  Hungry  Hopeless *Accept any relevant answers Educational Emphases:  Constructivism  Multiple Intelligence – Visual-Spatial Thinking Skill (Analysing)
  82. 82. 81 How did Gulliver feel when the ship wrecked? Complete the bubble. map. Source: Program i-Think-Bubble Map (2012) Agensi Innovasi Malaysia.
  83. 83. 82 EVENTS IN THE STORY ACTIVITY 4 ROAD TO FREEDOM LS 4.2.1(a) Steps: 1. Pupils read page 21 of Chapter 2. 2. In pairs, get the pupils to discuss the conditions set by Bolgolam, one of the emperor’s council members. 3. Distribute Worksheet 4. 4. Pupils complete the diagram in section A with the conditions set by Bolgolam. 5. For section B, pupils role play the emperor by setting two other conditions to set Gulliver free. 6. Get the pupils to share their answers. Educational Emphases:  Constructivism  Multiple Intelligence – Visual-Spatial Thinking Skill (Creating)
  84. 84. 83 A. B. If you were the emperor, what other two conditions would you set? --------------------------- --------------------------- --------------------------- --------------------------- Worksheet 4 Complete the worksheet.
  85. 85. 84 EVENTS IN THE STORY ACTIVITY 5 TRAVELLING WITH GULLIVER LS 4.3.1 Steps: 1. Divide pupils into groups. 2. Pupils identify main/significant events in the story and write out the sequence of events according to chapters. 3. Using markers and manila cards, pupils create a concertina book (mini book). 4. Useful links: http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Concertina-Book http://www.booklyn.org/education/accordion.pdf Examples of concertina books: Educational Emphases:  Creativity and Innovation  Multiple Intelligence – Visual-Spatial Thinking Skill (Creating)
  86. 86. 85 EVENTS IN THE STORY ACTIVITY 6 MESSAGE-IN-A-BOTTLE LS 4.2.1(a) Theme : Might vs Right (Physical power vs moral righteousness) Materials: 1. 2 two-litre plastic soft drink bottles or some other unbreakable transparent containers 2. coloured A4 papers cut into 12 pieces each Steps: 1. Give each pupil a piece of coloured paper. 2. Based on the theme “Might vs Right”, pupils write a word or a phrase describing a character’s physical powers or the moral righteousness on the piece of paper provided. *Refer to Activity 3 (The Man and The Mountain) 4. Pass the bottles around for pupils to put their pieces of paper in. 5. Divide the class into groups of 6. 6. Pass the bottle around to each group to pick a piece of paper from the bottle. 7. The whole group paste each chosen pieces of paper on the poster sheet and identify the character(s) that matches the description. 8. Display the poster sheets around the wall in the classroom for a gallery walk. the gallery walk. * Pupils can be asked to create a shape poem/ concrete poem with the words in the activity above. Educational Emphases:  Constructivism  Multiple Intelligence –Visual-Spatial- Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Thinking Skill (Analysing and Creating)
  87. 87. 86 EVENTS IN THE STORY ACTIVITY 7 SECRET MESSAGE LS 4.3.1 Steps: 1. Distribute Task sheet 1 and 2. 2. Pupils work in pairs and decipher the message using the codes given. 3. Pupils rewrite the diary entry into their travelogue (Refer to Page 76). 4. To make this activity more fun and interesting, pupils can be timed. 5. Display pupils’ work on the notice board. SAMPLE ANSWER 10TH MAY 1699 - SATURDAY Dear Diary, One day while I was guarding the coast, I saw a big figure stranded by the beach. Once I approached the figure, it turned out to be a giant human. It was huge. I alerted the others. Together with the other soldiers, we tied it to the ground. I was very afraid because I was standing next to it. It woke up next to me. It struggled to get free. Luckily we had him grounded. No one got hurt. Tomorrow the emperor wishes to move the giant to the town. It will be a very long day. I hope everything will be okay. It is almost midnight. I better go to sleep. I miss my family. - Esrae, the soldier boy. Educational Emphases:  Constructivism  Multiple Intelligence – Visual-Spatial/ Intrapersonal Thinking Skill (Analysing)
  88. 88. 87 Task sheet 1 Below is a diary entry written by one of the Lilliputian soldiers during the war time with Blefuscu. Use the codes given to decipher the message.                       
  89. 89. 88 Task sheet 2  A   N  B   O  C   P  D   Q  E   R  F   S  G   T  H   U  I   V  J   W  K   X  L   Y  M   Z 
  90. 90. 89 EVENTS IN THE STORY ACTIVITY 8 RESIZE ME LS 4.3.1 Steps: 1. Distribute Worksheet 5 to each pupil. 2. Pupils draw the enlarged picture of the ship using the grid provided. 3. Pupils colour and decorate the ship creatively. 4. In groups, design a ship you would to travel with Gulliver on his next adventure. 5. Each group displays and presents their design. Educational Emphases:  Constructivism  Creativity and Innovation  Multiple Intelligence – Logical- Mathematical Thinking Skill (Applying, Analysing, Creating)
  91. 91. 90 Worksheet 5
  92. 92. 91 EVENTS IN THE STORY ACTIVITY 9 3…2…1…ACTION! LS 4.3.2 Steps: 1. Divide pupils into 5 groups. 2. Assign a chapter to each group. 3. Pupils discuss and prepare a presentation based on the chapter assigned to them. 4. Refer to Task sheet 3 for suggested presentations. Educational Emphases:  Creativity and Innovation  Multiple Intelligence – Verbal Linguistic / Interpersonal / Visual-Spatial Thinking Skill (Applying)
  93. 93. 92 Task sheet 3 Suggested Performances: 1. Show and Tell 2. Miming 3. Charades 4. Reader’s Theatre 5. Puppet Show 6. Role-play/ Drama 7. Musical drama Useful links for guideline procedures: 1. http://www.cs.umd.edu/~nau/misc/charades.html 2. http://www.wikihow.com/Mime 3. http://www.macmillanyounglearners.com/readers/drama
  94. 94. 93 EVENTS IN THE STORY ACTIVITY 10 COME ONE, COME ALL LS 4.3.1 Steps: 1. Work in the same group in Activity 9. 2. Ask pupils to create a poster to promote their performance in Activity 9. 3. Display the posters around the class. (Refer Appendix 1) 4. Each group is given tickets and money to be used in the gallery walk. 5. Pupils do the gallery walk and decide the performance they wish to watch by purchasing the tickets from the respective groups. Educational Emphases:  Creativity and Innovation  Multiple Intelligence – Visual-Spatial Thinking Skill (Creating)
  95. 95. 94 Task sheet 4 Source: http://filmusik.com/projects/past-shows/gullivers-travels/ Source: http://cacb.wordpress.com/category/fleischer-bros/
  96. 96. 95 MORAL VALUES/ MESSAGE OF THE STORY ACTIVITY 1 ONE GOOD TURN DESERVES ANOTHER L.S 4.2.1 (a) Steps: 1. Distribute the Worksheet 1 to the pupils in pairs. 2. Discuss the short passage in the box with the pupils (Teacher must ensure that pupils understand the message, ‘One good turn deserves another’.) 3. Discuss with pupils what they see in the diagram that depicts the people of Blefuscu. 4. Ask the pupils what they think the people of Blefuscu would say to Gulliver for helping them. (Guide pupils to complete the speech bubbles based on the short passage.) Suggested Answers Note: Provide words or phrases to help them create sentences Thank you for helping us! You have been of great help. We could not have done this without you! Educational Emphases:  Values and Citizenship  Multiple Intelligence – Verbal Linguistic Thinking Skill (Evaluating)
  97. 97. 96 Worksheet 1 Based on the text, complete the speech bubbles below. One good turn deserves another. After being told that Gulliver would be killed, Gulliver returned the ships to the kingdom of Blefuscu. The people of Blefuscu especially the Emperor were delighted and grateful for his actions. They welcomed him to their kingdom with open arms. In return, the emperor of Blefuscu gave Gulliver his freedom which was long awaited. People of Blefuscu
  98. 98. 97 MORAL VALUES/ MESSAGE OF THE STORY ACTIVITY 2 TAKING ADVANTAGE OF ... L.S 4.2.1(a) Steps: 1. Discuss with pupils the meaning of ‘taking advantage of...’? by giving examples from the story. E.g. When there was a fire in the palace of Lilliput, Gulliver helped put out the fire to gain the emperor’s trust. (Page 29) 2. Distribute and discuss Worksheet 2 with the pupils. Use the questions below to guide the discussion:  What do you think of the people of Lilliput?  Why did they refuse his liberty?  Do you think they are making use of him?  What was Gulliver’s reaction towards the people of Lilliput and the emperor?  Should we make use of people? 3. Get pupils to complete the worksheet in pairs. (Allow the pupils to complete the task individually if pupils are capable of doing it independently). Educational Emphases:  Contextual Learning  Multiple Intelligence – Interpersonal Thinking Skill (Applying)
  99. 99. 98 Worksheet 2 The people of Lilliput took advantage of Gulliver. Write two situations in which Gulliver was taken advantage of in the space provided. Situation 2 Situation 2 Situation 1
  100. 100. 99 MORAL VALUES/ MESSAGE OF THE STORY ACTIVITY 3 MY LOYALTY PLEDGE LS 4.2.1 (a) (c) Steps: 1. Instruct the pupils to work in pairs. 2. Show the pupils the video of a loyal dog in Japan, Hachiko. *Other examples: Sam and Bumble Bee in Transformer 3. Guide the pupils to talk about loyalty based on the above stimulus. 4. Ask pupils how Gulliver showed his loyalty to Lilliput and Blefuscu. 5. Get pupils to complete Worksheet 3 in pairs. 6. Elicit some of the pupils’ responses. 7. Ask pupils how they would show their loyalty to their family. 8. Distribute Worksheet 4. 9. Get pupils to write their personal loyalty pledge to their family. 10. They can decorate it with colours and drawings. Educational Emphases:  Values & Citizenship  Multiple Intelligence – Intrapersonal Thinking Skill (Analysing and Evaluating)
  101. 101. 100 Worksheet 3 How did Gulliver show his loyalty to... Lilliput Blefuscu
  102. 102. 101 Worksheet 4
  103. 103. 102 MORAL VALUES/ MESSAGE OF THE STORY ACTIVITY 4 RECOGNISING GULLIVER LS 4.3.1 Steps: 1. Pupils work in small groups. 2. Distribute Worksheet 5 to pupils. 3. Explain to pupils that it is a bridge map. 4. Pupils write the first name given to Gulliver in his first travel on the first top of the bridge. 5. On the bottom of the bridge, pupils write the people who called Gulliver by the given name. 6. Repeat Step 4 and 5 to complete the bridge. Educational Emphases:  Constructivism  Multiple Intelligence – Visual-Spatial Thinking Skill (Remembering and Understanding)
  104. 104. 103 Worksheet 5 Complete the bridge map. Lemuel Gulliver as _________ as ___________ as ___________ as __________
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  106. 106. 105 MORAL VALUES/ MESSAGE OF THE STORY ACTIVITY 5 HONOUR ME LS 4.3.1 Steps: 1. Teacher show pictures of medal (refer Appendix 2) and ask the following questions:  What is this?  Where can you see or find this?  How do you get this? 2. Teacher distributes Worksheet 6 to the pupils. 3. Pupils work individually to design their own Nardac medal on the worksheet given. 4. Teacher randomly picks pupils to talk about their medals. 5. Pupils display their medals around the class (paste on the wall). Educational Emphases:  Creativity and Innovation  Multiple Intelligence – Visual-Spatial Thinking Skill (Creating)
  107. 107. 106 Worksheet 6 - Creative Work Design a medal for Gulliver in conjunction of his Nardac, the highest title of honour in Lilliput.
  108. 108. 107 GOING BEYOND THE TEXT ACTIVITY 1 WELCOME GULLIVER TO ... LS 4.2.1 (a) (b) Steps: 1. Divide the pupils in groups. 2. Distribute Task Sheet 1 and Worksheet 1 to pupils. 3. Guide the pupils to imagine they own an island and name the island. 4. Ask the pupils to describe what they can find on their island. List words or phrases used by the pupils on the board. 5. Imagine Gulliver is now travelling on your island. 6. Prompt the pupils to describe what Gulliver will see and experience in his journey on the island (eg. jungle, waterfall, desert, cove). List pupils’ responses on the board. e.g. At the waterfall What does he see there? He sees giant creatures. What does he do? He tries to hide among the huge plants. What happens finally? Does he escape? If yes, how? If no, why? (Accept any possible answers) 7. Pupils complete Worksheet 1 by describing Gulliver’s adventure on the island. 8. Display their bubble maps. Educational Emphases:  Creativity & Innovation  Multiple Intelligence – Visual-Spatial Thinking Skill (Creating)
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  111. 111. 110 GOING BEYOND THE TEXT ACTIVITY 2 PENNING MY THOUGHTS LS 4.2.1 Steps: 1. Distribute Worksheet 2 to pupils. 2. In pairs, pupils discuss and predict things that Gulliver would regret about during his journey. 3. Pupils write their answers in the Worksheet 2. 4. As an option, pupils can type, save and print their work (integrate ICT- MsWord). Educational Emphases:  ICT  Multiple Intelligence – Interpersonal Thinking Skill (Analysing and Evaluating)
  112. 112. 111 Worksheet 2 ____________________________________ ____________________________________ ____________________________________ Things that I regret: ___________________________ ___________________________ ___________________________ _____________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________
  113. 113. 112 GOING BEYOND THE TEXT ACTIVITY 3 WE FEEL...WE BELIEVE...WE THINK LS 4.2.1 Steps: 1. Divide the class into groups. 2. Provide each group with one of the ‘Literature Response Question’ cards. 3. Each group responds to the task on a poster sheet. Give the pupils 15 minutes to complete the task. 4. Once the time is up, get pupils to display their poster sheets on the wall. 5. Distribute post-it notes to everyone. 6. Pupils talk about all the responses on the poster sheet. They can post questions or comments or praises on their responses. 7. Upon completion of this activity, the respective group of the poster sheets has to respond to the comments or questions posted by their friends. Note:  Ensure each pupil gets enough post-it notes and make comments or questions to the responses.  The questions may not be grammatically correct. The objective of this activity is to get pupils to respond and give their opinions without feeling intimidated. Educational Emphases:  Constructivism  Multiple Intelligence – Interpersonal Thinking Skill (Analysing)
  114. 114. 113 LITERATURE RESPONSE QUESTIONS CARDS (Cut along the dotted lines) Would you like to read something else by this author? Why or why not? If you were the main character in this story, would you have acted differently? Explain why or how. How might the story be different if it happened somewhere else (or in a different time period)? If you could be one of the characters, which one would it be, and why? Was there a character you didn‘t like? Why didn’t you like this character? How do you feel about this story? Would you recommend it to someone else? Why or why not? Choose a character from the story. How are you different from this character? Explain. What do you think was the best part of the story? Why? Adapted from http://www.lauracandler.com/filecabinet/literacy/PDFLC/responseq.pdf
  115. 115. 114 GOING BEYOND THE TEXT ACTIVITY 4 LET’S GET INTERACTIVE LS 4.2.1(a) Steps: 1. Prepare each computer with the PowerPoint show file provided to you. If you need to download the file again, download it at https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B1xSKx6- U8_2d0FzdFJ2M2I0TEE/edit?pli=1 () 2. Run the PowerPoint show until you see the start screen with a big red “Start Game” button. 3. Each pupil plays the game individually. 4. The game will guide the pupils through their journey. 5. Award pupils with “Achievement Unlocked” badge if they manage to finish the game in 20 minutes. 6. Discuss the choices made by the pupils. Besides terminating the character, what other choices could the pupils have made? Educational Emphases:  Constructivism, ICT  Multiple Intelligence – Intrapersonal Thinking Skill (Analysing)
  116. 116. 115 SAMPLE LESSON PLANS
  117. 117. 116 SAMPLE LESSON PLAN LESSON PLAN 1 MY VALUABLES Theme : World of Stories Topic : My Valuables Learning Standards: 4.2.1 Able to respond to literary texts: (a) characters (b) place and time Objectives: By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to: 1. talk about the objects and when to use them. 2. find and colour the possible objects found on Gulliver’s ship. 3. write the objects found with the correct spelling in the space provided. Time : 60 minutes Teaching aids: A bag/box with objects, Gulliver’s Travels enlarged picture Values: Adventurous CCE / Educational Emphases: Contextual Learning Multiple Intelligences: Visual-Spatial Thinking Skill: Analysing
  118. 118. 117 Steps : Set Induction (Kim’s game) 1. Teacher brings a bag/box containing a few objects relating to the story to the class. 2. Teacher picks a few pupils randomly and each pupil picks an object and tries to guess what it is. Presentation 1. Teacher chooses an object from the bag/box and asks the pupils when they use it. 2. Teacher shows the picture of Gulliver’s Travels. 3. Pupils match objects found in the picture with objects in the bag/box. Practice 1. Teacher distributes Worksheet 1 (Gulliver’s Travels) to the pupils. 2. Pupils find and colour the possible objects found in the picture (15 items). Production 1. Pupils write the objects found in the space provided with the correct spelling. 2. Teacher checks the answers with pupils. Closure 1. Teacher asks pupils to name the objects that they will take along when they travel on a ship.
  119. 119. 118 Answers Sheep Cutting blade Needle Coins Key Glasses Comb Cow Quill Magnifying glass Scroll Hat Watch Map
  120. 120. 119 Worksheet 1 Find the possible objects on Gulliver’s ship. Colour and list them in the space below. 1. 4. 7. 10. 13. 2. 5. 8. 11. 14. 3. 6. 9. 12.
  121. 121. 120 SAMPLE LESSON PLAN LESSON PLAN 2 THE MAN AND THE MOUNTAIN Theme : World of Stories Topic : The Man and The Mountain Learning Standards: 4.1.2 Able to listen to, sing songs, recite jazz chants and poems with correct stress, pronunciation, rhythm and intonation. 4.2.1 Able to respond to literary texts: (a) characters Objectives: By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to: 1. recite the poem given with actions and correct pronunciations. 2. write the words that describe ‘Man’ (as in Gulliver) and ‘Mountain’. 3. write the similarities between ‘Man’ and ‘Mountain’. Time : 60 minutes Teaching aids: Poem, Audio CD, CD player. Values: Being appreciative and respectful CCE / Educational Emphases: Constructivism Multiple Intelligences : Verbal Linguistic, Bodily Kinaesthetic Thinking Skill : Analysing
  122. 122. 121 Set Induction 1. Teacher writes the title ‘The Man and the Mountain’ on the board. 2. Teacher asks pupils to guess what the poem is about. Presentation 1. Teacher distributes the poem titled ‘The Man and the Mountain’ to the pupils. 2. Teacher recites the poem with action and correct stress, pronunciation, and intonation. Practice 1. In groups, pupils practise reciting the poem with actions and correct pronunciation, stress and intonation. Teacher encourages the pupils to come up with their own actions. 2. Pupils recite the poem in groups, pairs and individually. 3. Teacher awards marks for their presentation. Production 1. Teacher distributes Worksheet 1 to the pupils. 2. Pupils write the words from the poem to describe the ‘Man’, ‘Mountain’ and their similarities. 3. Teacher checks the answers with pupils. Closure The winning group/pair/pupil presents their poem.
  123. 123. 122 POEM MAN MOUNTAIN Tall and majestic you stand, Making you look so grand, Courageous, strong and bold, With a heart of gold. Looking at you with such a might, A knight for us you will fight, An honour in our great land, Always willing to give a hand. Trustworthy, true and giving, Despite the chances of leaving, Defending honour and power, To remain peaceful forever.
  124. 124. 123 Worksheet 1 THE MAN AND THE MOUNTAIN
  125. 125. 124 SAMPLE LESSON PLAN LESSON PLAN 3 HONOUR ME Theme : World of Stories Topic : Honour Me Learning Standard: 4.3.1 Able to plan, produce and display creative works based on literary texts using a variety of media with guidance. Objective: By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to: 1. design the Nardac medal on the worksheet given. Time : 30 minutes Teaching aids: Sample of medals Values: Being appreciative and respectful CCE / Educational Emphases: Creativity and Innovation Multiple Intelligence: Visual-Spatial Thinking Skill : Creating
  126. 126. 125 Set Induction 1. Teacher shows pictures of medal (refer Appendix 2) or a real medal. 2. Ask pupils these questions:  What is this?  Where can you find or see this?  How do you get this?  How do you feel when you are awarded with this? Presentation 1. Teacher uses the pictures of medals in Appendix 2 to stimulate pupils’ ideas and creativity. Practice 1. Teacher distributes Worksheet 1 to the pupils. 2. Each pupil designs a Nardac medal on an A4 paper. 3. Teacher guides the pupils. Production 1. Teacher conducts a ‘Show and Tell’. Closure 1. Pupils display their medals on the ‘Wall of Fame’. Show and tell is a common expression about showing an audience something and telling them about it. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Show_and_tell_(education)
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  128. 128. 127 Worksheet 1 Creative Work Design a medal for Gulliver in conjunction of his Nardac, the highest title of honour in Lilliput.
  129. 129. 128 EXAMPLES FOR ASSESSMENT INDIVIDUAL NAME: __________________________ CLASS: _________________________ TEACHER‘S NAME: ______________________ Teacher‘s note: Tick the appropriate column. No Criteria Excellent Good Satisfactory Ideas for Improvement A. Classroom Involvement Able to express their own opinion and ask questions B. Creativity The ability to be creative and innovative C. Imagination Interesting ideas and able to go beyond the text D. Language Delivery Fluent and accurate in speech Pronunciation and intonation E. Knowledge and Understanding Able to understand the story and write/ talk about it Comments: _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ TRAVEL
  130. 130. 129 EXAMPLES FOR ASSESSMENT GROUP WORK Group: ______________ Teacher‘s note: Tick the appropriate column. Criteria Excellent Good Satisfactory Need Practice Language Delivery (enunciation, intonation and pronunciation Physical Expression (movements, gestures & expressions) Creativity (costume, sound effects) Teamwork (cooperation among group members) Total Medals Comments: _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________
  131. 131. 130 EXAMPLES FOR ASSESSMENT Instructions: 1. All students are required to save, compile and organise their individual work on the graphic novel, ‘Gulliver’s Travels’ in a portfolio. 2. Pupils are suggested to organise their work based on the following headings: a. Revolving Around the Text – Activity 2 - My Quill b. Characters in the Story – Activity 5 – Puppet Time c. Events in the Story – Activity 1 -Travelogue d. Events in the Story – Activity 5 – Travelling with Gulliver e. Moral Values / Message in the Story – Activity 5 – Honour Me 3. Marks will be allocated according to the scoring guide provided below. Content Language Creativity Pupil’s Score Complete and compiled 5 activities 10 Very accurate 10 Very creative 10 Completed and compiled 4 activities 7/8/9 Fairly accurate 7/8/9 Fairly creative 7/8/9 Completed and compiled 3 activities 4/5/6 Satisfactory 4/5/6 Satisfactorily creative 4/5/6 Completed and compiled 2 and less activities 0/1/2/3 Low proficiency 0/1/2/3 Low creativity 0/1/2/3 TOTAL
  132. 132. 131 EXAMPLES FOR ASSESSMENT Instructions: 1. Divide the students into groups. 2. Each group will have to present a performance on the graphic novel either on certain chapters or the play as a whole. 3. Suggested activities for the pupils’ performance are as the following: a) Characters in the Story – Activity 6 – Choral Speaking/ Jazz Chant b) Events in the Story – Activity 9 – Show Time c) Events in the Story – Activity 10 – 3…2…1…Action! 4. Each group is suggested to present their role plays within 10 to 15 minutes. 5. Marks will be allocated according to the scoring guide provided below. Scoring Guide for Role Play Group : ______________________________ Class : ________ Content Group’s Score Presentation and Coordination 10 Language Delivery, Language Accuracy, Physical Expression 10 Creativity 5 Cooperation 5 TOTAL
  133. 133. 132 PUPIL’S SELF REFLECTION Thank You For The Lovely Story! Hi, I am Gulliver. You read about me in the ―Gulliver’s Travels. Feel free to write to me and tell me what you like about the story. My name is ___________________________________. Reading the story makes me feel What I like about the story is _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ What I do not like about the story is _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________
  134. 134. 133 Appendix 1
  135. 135. 134 Appendix 2
  136. 136. 135 Appendix 3
  137. 137. 136 Appendix 4 = ................................................................................................................................ ................................................................. ...................................... Signature
  138. 138. 137 Appendix 5 is awarded to ____________________________ in recognition of __________________________________ SIGNATURE DATE ________________ ________________
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